There are many ways to make your Valentine's Day celebration an unforgettable one. You can always propose at a stadium or have a small plane write the person's name across the sky on a starry night. You can also go to Puerto Rico and book a room at one of my favorite places in Palmas del Mar, right on the beach.
However, I propose using something far more simpler and powerfully seductive: food. Oh no, but not just any food. I meant aphrodisiac tasty food. Those ingredients or dishes that increase sexual appetite and induce lust in those who dare take a bite. Named after Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love, aphrodisiacs are believed to be harbingers of love and passion.
Many foods can stimulate all five senses: sight, touch, smell, hearing and of course, taste. Based on your element and sign, here are some natural aphrodisiacs for you to enjoy on that special day or if you are a bit of an adventurer, as often as you want. Let the sensory impressions begin!
Coffee: Caffeine, a stimulant, will give you the stamina you need for bedroom matters.
Chocolate: Another legendary stimulant. Offering chocolate to your "earthy" Valentine dates will cause them not only to surrender their will to yours but also to activate their bodies for seductive action.
Ginger: Wakes up sexual desires and enhances your innate stamina.
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Royal jelly: A genital stimulant and energy provider, this will give you a general sense of well being and confidence.
Seafood and shellfish: Fish protein will incite such a sexual desire that you will feel as if you could swim the Atlantic Ocean until dawn.
Strawberries: These berries stimulate the nervous system to tune your senses with your surroundings.
Raspberry: This fruit helps to relax the body parts which help to facilitate love-making. Enough said.
Salmon eggs: Caviar will awaken your body in ways that you never imagined. It may become such a favorite that your loved one may wish to provide you with caviar in the days to come, after a satisfying first round.
Enjoying a romantic and pleasant Valentine's Day dinner with your loved one will put a big smile on your face and create some nice memories. Make sure you make the best to play your part. It will be a beautiful night.
Marjorie Orr has an M.A. (Hons) in English Literature and Philosophy from Glasgow University, and was a current affairs journalist, award-winning BBC TV documentary producer and then a psychotherapist. She has a worldwide following for her astrology... read more